Yield: Yields about 1-1/4 cups spread; enough for at least 16 crostini/
I'd give this a 3+-star. Taste was just ok. Too much work for the result. But if you're trying to be healthy this would be a good appetizer or snack.
I have been making these since I first found the recipe in the Appetizers. It is a rather involved recipe but I make enough of the bean mixture to have on several evenings (I have made this for a crowd or for just two of us) and just have to toast the crostini and saute the spinach. I do not use sun-dried tomatoes but small slivers of fresh sweet tomatoes. We have even had these for a luncheon. Very flavorful and tasty as well as elegant fare.
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